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Electric City
Emeritus
November 25th 2008


15756 Comments

Album Rating: 2.0

I just don't see how you can find (Human) to be the best song on the cd.




Easy; it's the only song that either a) doesn't suck, or b) doesn't drown everything out with a bunch of arbitrary shit. "This Is Your Life" gives it a serious run for its money though



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Kiran
Emeritus
November 25th 2008


6017 Comments


Even though I didn't know the quote, that was what I pretty much figured. Are we human or do we just party all the time, that sort of thing.

I'm not sure if you're joking but you completely missed the point of the quote.

robin
Emeritus
November 25th 2008


4334 Comments


still can't find this. maybe i'll just have to buy it

Electric City
Emeritus
November 25th 2008


15756 Comments

Album Rating: 2.0

Or its the only song you ever really listened to




yes thats exactly what I said

PandaNuts
November 25th 2008


129 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5 | Sound Off

Everyone should also read the other review, it's much better.

Electric City
Emeritus
November 25th 2008


15756 Comments

Album Rating: 2.0

Saying that "Goodnight, Travel Well" isn't the best song on here or just saying Human in general is is a mark of not really listening to the record closely




Or its the mark of having an opinion that doesn't align with yours. And I said one song sounded like Talking Heads, that's not over comparing them to 70s/80s acts

red0
November 25th 2008


248 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

The other review is much better. This is a biased piece of junk that rips on the CD for the sake of it being pop.

sidfarkus
November 25th 2008


43 Comments


No, I think he rips the on the album because it is horrible.

red0
November 25th 2008


248 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

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ConorMichaelJoseph
November 25th 2008


1870 Comments


Guns N Roses > Killers > Kanye


Much as I agree,that's a severe case of cross-genre comparison.

And this album isn't that bad,its just not quite on the same level as Hot Fuss.Its better than Sam's Town and Sawdust IMO.This Message Edited On 11.25.08

sidfarkus
November 25th 2008


43 Comments


I'm a Killers fan too, I even like Sam's Town, which most people seem down on, but I think this is a major let down, sorry.

red0
November 25th 2008


248 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

What's up with all the random hate for Sam's Town? That was a damn fine album.



Any Killers fan can like this CD. Listen to it again-I thought it was meh until I listened to it again.

Gore
November 25th 2008


338 Comments


Human is ok.

VeryPleasantNeighbor
November 25th 2008


272 Comments


Thank you for bringing up how bad the lyrics are. It's hard to focus on anything else when the lyrics are that lazy.

Good review.

red0
November 25th 2008


248 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

The lyrics are typical Killers.

JumpTheF**kUp
November 25th 2008


2719 Comments


really good review

VeryPleasantNeighbor
November 25th 2008


272 Comments


The lyrics are typical Killers.


yeah, that's true. Hot Fuss had some good lines, but I guess I shouldn't be surprised with this after Sam's Town.


Electric City
Emeritus
November 26th 2008


15756 Comments

Album Rating: 2.0

edit: having the same debate in two different threads is dumbThis Message Edited On 11.25.08

Electric City
Emeritus
November 26th 2008


15756 Comments

Album Rating: 2.0

Do you hate fun adam downer!




yes



Electric City
Emeritus
November 26th 2008


15756 Comments

Album Rating: 2.0

I'll have to listen to it again. I didn't find any real redeeming quality to it, seemed like the obligatory ballad on the album that suffered from the same overdone production that every other song suffered from.



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